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Oh-no! My langauges are C++, Perl and PHP!

No wait... programmers do not resemble their langauges... they begin to think in their langauges! My brain has threading and XML support, does yours?


In reply to Re: Re: Re: The nature of my most pressing need(s): by dakedesu
in thread The nature of my most pressing need(s): by Petruchio

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